Bursaspor board unilaterally parts ways with 54-year-old French manager after bad results
Turkish Super Lig team Bursaspor sacked manager Paul Le Guen on Tuesday after the team’s poor performance in recent weeks.
The team said talks with Le Guen to reach a mutual agreement to terminate his contract failed, leaving the club with no other option than sacking the 54-year-old French manager.
Assistant manager Mustafa Er is expected to take over for the remaining six matches.
Bursaspor on Sunday lost to Kasimpasa 0-1 at home, put the club’s secure position at risk at standings table.
The club now have 33 points in 28 matches, and sitting at the 13th spot, only 5 points better than the 16th place Konyaspor.